Deputy Director, Nautilus Institute for Security & Sustainable Development
Timothy Savage is Deputy Director of the Seoul branch of the Nautilus Institute for Security & Sustainable Development. From 1997-2002, he worked as Senior Program Officer for Northeast Asia at the Institute's headquarters in Berkeley, CA, where he coordinated cooperative engagement programs with North Korea. He also works as Associate Editor at OhmyNews International, an Internet-based newspaper. From 2004-2005, he was Senior Analyst at the Northeast Asia Office of the International Crisis Group, a Brussels-based non-governmental research & advocacy organization working for conflict prevention worldwide. While there, he produced reports on several issues related to potential conflict in Northeast Asia, including South Korean attitudes toward North Korea; North Korea-Japan relations; and regional historical and territorial disputes.
Savage holds an M.A. in History from the University of Hawaii (1994), where he was an East-West Center Fellow, and a B.A. in History from the University of Chicago (1990). He has written extensively on security issues in Northeast Asia. His recent publications include "Japan-South Korea Ties on the Rocks," OhmyNews International, April 19, 2006; "North Korean Drug Case Ends with a Bang," OhmyNews International, March 30, 2006; "Letting the Genie Out of the Bottle: The Bush Nuclear Doctrine in Asia," (Asian Perspective, Vol. 27, No. 4, 2003); "Benign Neglect Again? U.S. Policy toward North Korea," (International Journal Of Korean Unification Studies, Vol. 11, No. 2, 2002); and, "Crisis in 2003? North Korea's WMD Program," (The Monitor, University of Georgia, Vol. 8, no. 3, 2002). He was also guest editor of Asian Perspective: Special Issue on the Energy Crisis and Renewable Energy Development in North Korea (Vol. 26, no. 1, 2002) and contributed to James Matray, ed., East Asia and the United States: An Encyclopedia of Relations Since 1784, Greenwood Press, November 30, 2002.
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